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... ... nothing transforms schools like investing in advanced teacher education. let's build a strong foundation. let's invest in our teachers so they can inspire our students. let's solve this. >> schieffer: and joining us now from akron, ohio, the mayor of chicago, rahm emanuel. mr. mayor, thank you so much. and i'm never one to presume to know what the answers are before i ask the questions, but my guess is you will will have a slightly different take on events and what we just heard from senator mccain. >> very good, bob. yes. first of all, the president immediately ordered an investigation into what happened in benghazi. second, he wants to find out who's responsible. and third, he will bring them to justice, just like he brought bin laden, and he did refer to the event as a terrorist act. when mitt romney said he did. so that's number one. and the events there are a human tragedy. it's an assault on america. and as commander in chief, he took control and he said exactly what needs to be done. none of us are privy to the information. i'm not. i'm the mayor of the city of chicago. but if the
investigations at the department of energy, department of education, and 27 other federal agencies that spend stimulus money, finding more than .8 million had been misspent, lost to fraud, or questionable in other ways. our reviews on the program and spending on the american recovery reinvestment act indicates the numbers are likely to grow. investigators in the government agency that spent the money continue their audits and pursuing more than 1,900 open criminal investigations. for more specific examples like funds intended to aid the poor folks in rural areas, instead being paid for homes with swimming pools. check out our findings at wusa9.com. for 9 wants to know with the washington guardians. >> thank you, russ. the white house did not respond to requests for a comment, anita? >>> you can rip out that dictionary page that has the word landslide in it because it looks like we're not going to be needing it this time this year. polls show the popular vote for the president to be virtually tied and that is enough for both candidates to run scared and hard. >> reporter: we'll see some runnin
the behaviors of the family. >> the weigh smart program is 10 weeks of exercise and education at that time hospital's facilities. the program is so popular, there aren't any open spots for new patients until february of next year. >> our kids are the first generation of kids that may not outlive their parents because of obesity. >> what's your favorite? >> reporter: did he slip's family is leading by example. salad instead of fried foods. neighborhood walks instead of video games. >> it was a sacrifice, but it was so worth it. >> reporter: devon finished his 10 weeks and is 20 pounds lighter. >> he's so happier now. you can see his personality shine. >> reporter: but it's still a struggle. >> some days it's really hard, and some dates' not. >> reporter: with the help of his doctors and family, devon hopes to get his weight below 200 pounds in the coming year. danielle nottingham, cbs news, baltimore, maryland. >> and the weight smart program is open to children's ages 20817. there's a junior program for children as young as two. >>> top, these cold temperatures are not making my day. at le
the majority of the $4 billion sale of lucas films to disney to improving education. lucas made the announcement thursday in anticipation of this deal. after devoting his time and money to the company for 41 years, he says he's ready for the opportunity to put those efforts into philanthropy. this comes after a promise lucas made back in 2010 that he would dedicate his wealth to improving education good for him. >> love to hear that. that's terrific. to see a cool schools in your future george. >> there go. >>> and here's some more good news, you can help the victims of hurricane sandy just by going to our facebook page. >> uh-huh. right here at wusa9, we are donating $1 to the american red cross sandy relief funnel for every one of you who "like" us on facebook. it's very quick. you click, we send a buck. stay right here with 9news now. we will be right back. >>> lots of 4s, 6:44 and 44 degrees, welcome back. monika here with timesaver traffic. and in stafford route 10:00 is closed with police activity. you've also got delays unmark penn line 407. heading out to 66, on the inbo
leaders must preserve hard line combat capabilities as they shrink the army while raising education and standards which softened as the force rapidly grew at the height of fighting two wars. second, the guard and reserve developed formidable fighting skills that will be difficult to pre search. doing so is critical as is the need to integrate components. third the army must improve its specific strategy and presence. it is already building regional partnerships to improve cooperation, training and stability efforts that will be helped by having a respected australian major general, rick burr, as the pacific command. the army must welcome closer air force navy cooperation and refine its key develop rations to regional operations especially missile defense, special operations, light infantry and airborne forces, logistics as well as humanitarian and disaster relief capabilities. finally the army must ensure units and equipment have the broadest utility around the globe instead of being narrowly tailored. the army must emerge from the drawdown ready to face missions both similar and f
. >> reporter: the panera mom is educated, has children and is worried about the economy. and you can find her across northern virginia. >> i think a lot of women are looking for humanitarian issues and abortion rights and things like that. but i personally am looking for more business issues in this economy. >> reporter: they're women like virginia debole. >> i want her to be able to have social security and all of the supports of the economy. i want our country to be able to afford that. i just want her to have successful life. >> reporter: diane novinjer is concerned about health care and the future for 7-year-old ann marie. >> i want her to be able to get a job, buy a house, go to college, not struggle. >> reporter: it is the undecided panera moms that the candidates want and need. like zara safar. a mother of a 2-year-old. >> i'm real confused right now. last time four years ago was obama. now we still debating who it will be. >> reporter: this entire table of panera moms has already chosen their candidate, and their decision is split. the question now is which loudoun county will show up
is ten weeks of exercise and education at the hospital's facility. the program is so popular, there aren't any open spots for new patients until february of next year. >> our kids are the first generation of kids that may not outlive their parents because of obesity. >> what's your favorite? >> reporter: his family is leading by example. salads instead of fried foods and neighborhood walks instead of video games. >> it was a sacrifice for us but it was so worth it. >> reporter: he finished his ten weeks and is 20 pounds lighter. >> he's so happier now and i mean you can see his personality shine. >> reporter: but, it's still a struggle. >> some days it's really hard. be some days it's -- and some days it's not. >> reporter: with the help of his doctors and family, he hopes to get his weight below 200 pounds in the coming year. danielle nottingham, cbs news, baltimore, maryland. >> the weigh smart program is open to children ages 8 to 17 years old and also a junior program for children as young as 2. >>> physical activity could help your brain stay fit. a new study report -- published in
. >> reporter: the panera mom is educated, has children, and is worried about can economy and you can find her across northern virginia. >> i think a lot of women are looking for humanitarian issues, and you know, abortion rights and things like that you be i personally am looking for more business issues and economy. >> reporter: they're women like virginia, mother of 6-year-old gigi. >> like everybody else i want her to be able to have social security and all the supports of the economy. i want our -- our country to be able to afford that. so we need to recover. >> i just want her to have you know, successful life. >> reporter: diane is concerned about health care. and the future for 7-year-old ann marie. >> i want her to be able to get a job and i want her to be able to buy a house and go to college. not -- struggle. >> reporter: it is the undecided panera mom that the candidates want and need. like zara, mother of 2-year-old yusef. >> i'm honest i'm a little bit confused right now. four years ago was obama. now we're still debating who will it be. >> reporterthis entire table of panera mom
with john hopkins center for technology and education. hands on learning is a big part of the experience -- experiment, but it goes far beyond that. >> you'll learn how to work in teams. then the teachers will be working with the students in helping them learn how to work. around solving the real world problems. >> reporter: the program is called learning integration for tomorrow or lipt. each student goes into a small group, gets an assigned job and title, which requires them to stay engaged. >> if you are working in a smaller group, most people will get it because they feel bigger and you make an idea, you know, one person might not know what they are doing and mess up the project. >> when they finish, they get to stand up and tell the class what worked and what didn't. >> we did the same design, but we only stopped until here. we actually later decided. and because that team, they motivated us. they want that beat down and we just added another floor. >> reporter: for lance's team, that was a good thing. >> four, three, two, one. hand off -- hands off. >> this is their second try of t
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